Urging the collective judgment of both Congress and the President regarding the use of military force by the United States.


Expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that the Constitution provides that the President may act to defend the country in an emergency, but reserved the matter of offensive war to Congress.

Affirms the constitutional requirement that the President seek and obtain the approval of Congress before the United States undertakes offensive military action against another nation.

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